13 Pokémon Coffee Blend Labels: Gotta Brew ‘em All! [Printables]

13 Pokemon Coffee Labels to Print

 

As with any long-running pop culture phenomenon, as a franchise gets older, so do its fans. Pokémon trainers have grown up since 1996, the year that Nintendo and Game Freak released Pokémon Red and Blue, and they’ve evolved a lot in the past 20 years. They’ve graduated from high school and college, started careers, and even families. There are plenty of adult Poké-fans now, who instead of drinking juice boxes after school, drink coffee before work. (Full disclosure: we are those fans. Surprise!) Sooo, to combine our love of Game Boy and caffeine, ideally together, we’ve designed 13 different coffee blends featuring some of our favorite Pokémon on the labels.

 

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LEGO BLOCKbusters: Top 10 Best-Selling Movie LEGO Video Games [Infographic]

Best Selling LEGO Video Games

 

LEGO has been around since 1949, but the library of movie-influenced video games created by the toy company didn’t come into being until the early 2000s. There were two Harry Potter-themed LEGO Creator games in ‘01 and ‘02, but the action-adventure series that we’re most familiar with hit the shelves in 2005 with LEGO Star Wars: The Video Game. Since then, millions upon millions of copies of games from this series have been sold worldwide, including more Star Wars entries, as well as games based on superhero films, Indiana Jones, and Lord of the Rings. Sure, we know that these were POPULAR games, but just how popular? In this infographic, we, ahem, stack each title up against one another to see which movie-themed LEGO video game was the most successful. Which game was the biggest BLOCK-buster?

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Superman in Love

Superman in Love

 

It’s TMZ day at the blog, where we talk all about the super-salacious details on Superman. Like, did you know that Superman’s greatest superpower is his capacity to love? Alright, that’s not really true and we’re not turning into a gossip blog. What is true, however, is that stories about Superman’s relationships have always figured prominently in the comics. Even after 77 years, we still care to read about the emotional bonds of one of Earth’s most powerful superheroes. Unlike some other characters, it seems like writers always give Superman a romantic partner or love interest, whether we’re talking about Lois Lane or Lana Lang or Wonder Woman. And yes, there have been some…let’s say, stranger partners. So without further super-ado, let’s look at Superman in love.

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Dalekmania: Doctor Who Products You Must See to Believe

Dalekmania: Doctor Who Products You Must See to Believe

 

Doctor Who first aired on November 23rd, 1963. That initial 4-episode story arc—called a “serial”—was a moderate success with an average of 6 million viewers. But the show really took off with its 7-episode second serial: The Daleks premiered on December 21st, 1963 to 6.9 million viewers and ended on February 1st, 1964 at 10.4 million. To put things in perspective, this was more than 20% of the British public! People couldn’t get enough and were buying Dalek-related media and products left and right. “What Dalek media? What Dalek merchandise?” you may ask. Let’s explore the wild and wacky world of...

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14 Awesome Upcycled and DIY Shirt Projects for the Gym

DIY Workout and Gym Shirts Crafts

 

Look like a beauty, train like a beast. These words can obviouslyyy apply to your toned muscles after leg day, but the “look like a beauty” part can also mean your gym clothes. Yes, we know that going to work out isn’t a fashion show, but haven’t you heard, “look good, feel good”? Here are 14 different DIY projects using t-shirts that can help you LOOK GOOD at the gym, save some money (upcycled crafts!), and, in turn, feel...

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5 Gender Bender Disneybound Outfits

Gender Bender Disneybound Ideas

 

We've written once already on couples-themed Disneybound outfits (you can see our first post here!), but this time around, we wanted to put a little twist on the idea. We took five male characters from Disney films and created female outfits for them! These gender bender styles were super fun to create, and we're excited to share them with you. For those of you who aren't familar with the term Disneybound, it's the name for outfits inspired by characters. Disneybounding isn't quite as elaborate as full cosplay, but a step up from just jeans and a t-shirt with Mickey Mouse on it, you know? Just search Pinterest, you'll understand!

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